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gdazegod
19-11-2017 09:44
Burn (UK) will have their new album 'Ice Age' released in Japan via Marquee/Avalon on Nov 22. The album is then released worldwide on Jan 19th 2018 via Melodicrock Records.

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19-11-2017 09:40
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Healey, Jeff (Band) - 1988 See The Light
Jeff Healey is certainly an interesting story in the annals of rock. Born in Canada and adopted as an infant, he lost sight at the age of one due to a cancer of the eyes. Healey was an avid blues and jazz fan, and this album is heavy on the blues.

Healey, Jeff (Band) - 1990 Hell To Pay
While this album didn't make as large a mark as the debut, it is one that I enjoyed even more. The emphasis on the blues sound was replaced with more of a rock sensibility, and the band proved that they could pull that off very well.

Healey, Jeff (Band) - 1992 Feel This
This album wasn't as big a hit as the first two, but I sure did enjoy it from the moment I got it. It built on the direction from 'Hell To Pay' while re-incorporating some of the flashy guitar work from 'See The Light'.

 
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